I’ll look them up. My recollection is that the latest report shows we’re already locked into 1.5C rise, and that is wildly optimistic. Even 2C is very optimistic, and there is much research to indicate we’re likely locked into 3C or more.Mike, this does not jive with the science. All you have to do is look at any of the recent climate assessments or IPCC reports comparing emissions scenarios to see that our decisions today impact the relatively near term future -- I plan on living at least a couple of decades more. Sure the changes become larger as you look at longer time horizons, but there are substantial differences in the next couple of decades between RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 for instance.
Regardless, we are locked into a certain temperature rise. There is nothing we can do short of significantly de-carbonizing the atmosphere, and no one knows how to do that. Even at 1.5C the impacts are real (they are real already).